Synonym.com, the decentralized software project that powers DAO, has released a new tool to help blockchain developers implement decentralized apps.
DAO has been using a “daca” system since April to run the decentralized application in its sandbox.
The system allows developers to use the same token for any application on the blockchain, and allow the token to be shared between developers, regardless of the platform or platform community.
The tool, called DAO-daca, is part of the upcoming DAO2 token.
Developers can create tokens in the DAO to control or operate their apps, or to reward their users.
Daca can also be used to run smart contracts, which allows a developer to perform certain operations on a blockchain without having to rely on an external third party.
The DAO program is one of the first programs to have a decentralized application on Ethereum, the most popular blockchain platform.
In addition to DAO tokens, there are over 500 million tokens on the platform.
Ethereum is the world’s largest cryptocurrency, with more than $70 billion in market cap.
DAOs, or decentralized autonomous organizations, are the latest project on the Ethereum platform to become fully decentralized.
The Ethereum team is working to bring this type of technology to other blockchain platforms as well.
DACA will also be available for use in a variety of other Ethereum-based projects.
The developer program also includes a guide on how to deploy the tool to other platforms.
The guide is available on GitHub and includes links to documentation and other resources.
A full list of features in the tool can be found on the developer page.
The Daca app will be released in a public beta later this month.